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Category Archives: Widgets
When PolicyMap was first conceived by The Reinvestment Fund (our parent organization), it was envisioned as a tool to help Community Development Finance Institutions (like TRF) do research for their lending activities. Community Development Finance Institutions (or CDFIs) are financial … Continue reading
We are always excited to shine the spotlight on our subscribers, and we can’t help but shine it brightly on one of our longest standing clients, IFF, this week. IFF, one of the nation’s leading nonprofit community development financial institutions, … Continue reading
The Kentucky Department for Public Health is one of PolicyMap’s newest subscribers in the public health realm. The Public Health Preparedness office uses PolicyMap’s health and demographic data offerings to provide useful information for citizens and practitioners. Health Risks and … Continue reading
October 2011 New Geo Tools through PolicyMap! Turning the complex into something simple means continually improving what we do. It means giving you the right tools and the most relevant data – at the moment you need it. New this … Continue reading
We have released a new layout option to the widgets! The new layout moves the Add Data Layer and Add Sites menu into the search area above the map, giving more area for the interactive map. The new design was … Continue reading
Update: (10/25/13) Changing the location a widget is defaulted by CBSA and Metro Divisions (01/01/13) Changing the location a widget is defaulted by state, county, or city (01/12/11) Set Location bar is now dynamic depending on the width of the … Continue reading
If you are attending the NASBHC national covention in Chicago, come hear Phil Vu in the afternoon session (4:45-6:00) on Tuesday 6/28, where we explore the characteristics of communities seeing the growth of retail based health clinics, and show how … Continue reading